Author:John William Burgon

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John William Burgon
English Anglican divine; became Dean of Chichester (1876); remembered for his passionate defense of the historicity and Mosaic authorship of Genesis and of Biblical inerrancy in general
John William Burgon


  • The portrait of a Christian gentleman: a memoir of Patrick Fraser Tytler (1859)
  • Letters from Rome to Friends in England (1862)
  • The Lives of Twelve Good Men
  • The Last Twelve Verses of Mark
  • The Traditional Text
  • Causes of Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels

Works about Burgon[edit]

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